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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Odours
odorouso‧do‧rous /ˈəʊdərəs $ ˈoʊ-/ adjective literary or technical  COhaving a smell odorous gases
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odorousKing: Comparisons with you are odorous.If a person continually inhales odorous air, fatigue sets in, due to the adaptation of the nervous responses to the stimuli.This can in fact be quite useful in some circumstances such as where a person works in an odorous environment.Consequently, the more odorous molecules adsorbed, the more the odour is removed.A heavily brocaded blanket pushed towards the bottom of the bed reveals drying pools of odorous urine.The problem of odorous water was solved fairly simply, but it also demonstrated the basic simplicity and robustness of the system.
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